Found May 20, 2012 on Cub Reporter:
Click to see the gif. Steve Clevenger, Geovany Soto, and Wellington Castillo.You can find them all on the same page - the injury report on MLB.com.3 catchers going down at the same time is incredibly ridiculous, and the result is Koyie Hill.Like a ghost from last year's horror movie.But in the learned words of Lou Piniella, "What are you gonna do?"The baseball gods are messing with us big time, as usual. It's the year of we're-not-supposed-to-expect-to-win, so I guess we just laugh it off.I sure could use one stinkin' W against the Sox, though.That too much to ask, baseball god? 
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